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I Have Horrible Tingling Burning Po Sin Down Left Side Of Neck .

I Have Horrible Tingling Burning Po Sin Down Left Side Of Neck .

I have had three neck discs replaced
But still.have pain and knotted up trigger points.
What is the procedure of "burning the nerve ends."
Do.you see a neurologist for that?
I know I continue to have these problems, because a nerve is still.pinched sonewhere.
Would this burning nerve end help?

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Craig is right, doctors never tell you about the failures cos it makes them look bad, they tell you about the successes they have had instead. When money is involved that's usually their first priority and to have you keep coming back for years is great for them, guaranteed income. Just be aware that doctors won't give you the full picture, ask others who have been through it and if they are glad they did it or sorry. X

posted 1 day ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

You get them burnt they grow back around the burnt area and branch out like a tree branching out.The pain clinics dont tell you this imfo because they make $ from it.Once it branches out the pain grts more intense.Had it done on my low back and within a week it hurt twice as bad.May work for some i guess.Research it online and dont believe all you read because most of the imfo is pro procedure.But if you did deep you find the negative imfo.Good luck and do that research before any procedure.If your ok with it then trust your heart

posted 3 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Look into this carefully, the nerves grow back and you end up with more pain than before. I get a lot of trapped and pinched nerves and this sounds like what you are describing. Pain, numbness, pins and needles, electric shock like feeling you can get all this with trapped and pinched nerves. I've had a pain in one leg, walked /limped a few steps and it's gone but then starts in the other leg. Can last seconds or days you just never know what you're gonna get. X

posted 3 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Yes. I have gotten my nerves burnt many times over the past 16 years. They do it at the pain management and they put me to sleep first.

posted 4 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Yes

posted 4 days ago
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